I was carrying two paper grocery bags. You were walking by me in the opposite direction, carrying groceries, too, but only one bag. You asked if you could help and when I tried to explain that then your hands would be just as full as mine, I dropped a bottle of salsa, red, medium spicy Trader Joe’s brand (or Trader Jose’s, as you corrected me) but it didn’t shatter which we both found interesting.
Listen to BJ Novak reading the counterpart to this story, “All You Have to Do,” here.
I think the effectiveness of blackfish was in the fact that a trip to sea world could cost hundreds of dollars versus a filet o fish being a few bucks. People love to pat themselves on the back for boycotting something they already probably weren’t going to do
hit the nail on the fucking head.
This is a great point
If your favourite musical is something popular like Wicked or RENT, that’s okay.
If your favourite musical is something no one’s heard of like Ordinary Days or The Burnt Part Boys, that’s okay.
If your favourite musical just came out, like First Date or Beautiful, that’s okay.
If your favourite musical is an oldie like Annie Get Your Gun or High Society, that’s okay.
What’s not okay is telling someone they can’t like that musical.
More than anything
More than life
More than jewels
I wish to go to the Broadway Flea Market
I am not good at confrontation. Unless it’s the song from Les Miserables called “Confrontation.” I am great at “Confrontation.”